succulents in desert terrarium
I am very new at keeping succulents and have a question about indoor lighting.
I recently converted an old TV into a desert terrarium and I am keeping a few succulents in it. Specifically, these 3:
alpenglow/vera higgins "graptosedum"
baby's necklace "crassula"
green goddess/haageana "echeveria"
I chose succulents over cacti because I will be adding leopard geckos and there is less chance of them being injured on a succulent.
My question is concerning lighting. I am using a 50w UVA bulb right now. This provides the proper light and heat for the geckos but I am concerned if it is ok for the plants. The enclosure temperature is about 80-85F during the day and drops to about 75-80F at night. Here is the exact bulb:
Is this light sufficient for succulents? If not, can you recommend suitable lighting? Unfortunately due to the size of the TV I can't place it anywhere in my house where it gets lots of direct sunlight. Is this a bad idea in general and should I just plan on keeping fake plants on the enclosure?
Thank you so much!